‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7 Filming: Alberta, Canada Media Assoc. Confirms ‘Filming With Wolves,’ Winter Is Here
Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams (Lady Arya Stark) has been reportedly been filming with wolves in Canada for Season 7. The chair of Alberta Media Production Industries Association, Michael Jorgensen, has confirmed that the show was indeed in the area, telling the Global News that the production was drawn to this particular location in part because of the local fauna.
“I just spent the weekend with the DOP [director of photography] of Game of Thrones in Banff. They are shooting. It turns out Alberta has the biggest wolves in the world, so they’ve shot a little bit here.”
Banff is a resort town in Alberta, located within the Banff National Park. This tracks with shots of the area Williams has posted to her Instagram account.
The last time we saw Arya Stark on the show, she murdered Lord Walder Frey and his sons at the Twins, located in the Riverlands. And now Williams is filming in an area where there are live “the biggest wolves in the world.” This is yet more evidence that Arya may run into Nymeria, the direwolf she chased off in the “The Kingsroad,” should she head north from the Twins.
In the books, Nymeria is currently roaming the Riverlands at the head of the largest pack of wolves anyone in Westeros can remember seeing. And Arya constantly has “wolf dreams” where she can see through Nymeria’s eyes, and taste what she eats. We haven’t heard much of what Nymeria is or isn’t up to on the show, but she’s still presumably out there. If the show reunites